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Ndejje not happy with a walkover

By Johnson Were

Added 5th June 2019 01:49 PM

Ndejje leads the men’s table standings with 10 points from five games

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UPDF player jumps to strike at Kyambogo during the league games. PHOTO: Johnson Were

Ndejje leads the men’s table standings with 10 points from five games

National Handball league results
Men
Ndejje 10 Mukono 0
Kyengeza 23 Prisons 67
Women
Makerere 9 Kawanda 39
Police 21 Prisons 30
Ndejje 25 Nkajja 21
Nkumba 33 UPDF 22
 
Top three on the table standings
Men
Ndejje 10 points
Prisons 8
Makerere 8
Women
Nkumba 11points
Ndejje 10
Prisons 8
 
Ndejje University handball team coach George Isabirye wants teams that do not honour their fixtures to be handed harsher punishments.
 
Isabirye was speaking after his team was granted 10-0 walkover against Mukono Lions on Saturday in the men’s league.
 
“Yes, we won the game but we were denied more points. The laws show be amended and teams that do not honour their fixtures be fined money and their opponents are given a 50-0 score,” Isabirye said.
 
Meanwhile, Prisons whipped Kyengeza 67-23 to keep in the title race.
 
Ndejje leads the men’s table standings with 10 points from five games followed by former champions Prisons (8 points) from four games and Makerere are in the third position with 8points.
 
In the women league, Nkumba University beat UPDF 33-22, Ndejje were 25-21 winners over Nkajja and Police lost 30-21 to Prisons while Kawanda secondary smashed Makerere 39-9.

 

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